Weathering A Storm
I took for granted that now that the ‘hiv’ was ‘playing nice,’ I can keep it moving. Nothing else could happen… I didn’t see this ‘surge’ coming… I had my own storm.
Read more of Lora René Tucker’s blog: http://blogs.poz.com/loratucker/2012/11/weathering_a_storm.html
Sandy is Still Here
Although Hurricane Sandy is gone, it’s effect still remain for those HIV positive
Read more about Aundaray Guess blog: http://blogs.poz.com/aundarayguess/2012/11/sandy_is_still_here.html
The Stigma of Sandy: Sound Familiar?
It’s imperative to listen to the voices of those who are living with the aftermath of Sandy, just as it is essential to have those living with HIV and those living in hard-hit communities leading our HIV/AIDS efforts.
Read more of Julie Davids blog : http://blogs.poz.com/julie/archives/2012/11/the_stigma_of_sandy.html
Broadway AIDS Group to Give $250,000 for Hurricane Sandy
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) will donate a total of $250,000 to help alleviate the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Vote Tuesday! Make Sure the HIV/AIDS Community Is Heard!
First, let me say that the thoughts and prayers of everyone here at NMAC are with those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Our own offices suffered some fairly significant water damage from the storm, but we were extremely lucky that our area was not more heavily impacted. We wish everyone a safe and speedy recovery.
While the Northeast works to repair the damage caused by Sandy, however, the rest of the nation continues to prepare for next week’s election, where, Americans will once again cast their ballots for president of the United States. They will also decide the make up of the House and Senate. The stakes of this election cannot be overstated.
Read more of Paul Kawata’s blog: http://blogs.poz.com/paulkawata/2012/11/vote_tuesday_make_su.html